2010 IEEE Engineering Education Conference - IEEE EDUCON 2010

viernes, 4 de septiembre de 2009

Call for Papers for the 2010 IEEE Engineering Education Conference - IEEE EDUCON 2010


IEEE Region 8, in partnership with the IEEE Education Society, is
beginning a new global engineering education conference, IEEE EDUCON,
held each year in selected cities throughout Europe, the Middle East,
and Africa. The conference provides an interdisciplinary forum for
academic, government and industrial collaboration on teaching methods,
practical experiences and research toward improving the future of global
engineering education.

In 2010, the conference will be held on April 14-16 in Madrid, Spain on
the campuses of UNED and UPM. The deadline to submit a one page abstract
of your proposed conference paper, or a two-minute video abstract that
proposes your paper and demonstrates your presentation skills, is
September 7, 2009.

Final one-page abstracts will be published in a program book distributed
at the conference. Paper proceedings with an appropriate ISBN number
will be distributed electronically on CD-ROM or memory USB. Papers will
also be available through IEEE Xplore.

There will be some selected award papers that will be recommended for
publication in IEEE Transactions on Education and in the IEEE-RITA
Electronic Journal.

Examples topic areas for paper submission are:
* Area 1: Infrastructure and Technologies for Engineering Education
* Area 2: Innovative Materials, Teaching and Learning Experiences
in Engineering Education
* Area 3: Knowledge and Competencies in Engineering
* Area 4: Educational Methods and Learning Mechanisms in
Engineering Education
* Area 5: Attracting, Engaging and Retaining Human Talent to

Complete information about submissions for peer review can be found at
the conference website:


Please consider submitting a paper for peer-review and also mark in your
agenda a visit to Madrid in Spring 2010!

IEEE EDUCON 2010 is organized by:

IEEE Education Society (http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/es/),
UNED (http://www.uned.es/),
UPM (http://www.upm.es/),
and CTI (http://www.cti.ac.at/)

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